CALRY Bohs are the SIS PITCHES Premier League Cup Winners winning by four goals to nil against a gallant Glenview Stars at Hazelwood.
By NOEL KENNEDY
Twenty minutes into the game and referee Stephen Fallon pointed to the penalty spot for Calry Bohs.
Eoin Nicholson took charge of proceedings his powerful spot kick given Graham Reilly in the Glenview Stars goals no chance.
Despite the setback Stars continued to press with Ronan O Grady and Aaron Kelly making some fine chances but found the Calry Bohs net minder Brian Drury in uncompromising form.
Calry Bohs remained in control with the Big Man Conor Griffin leading by example while Cathal Fitzpatrick and David Devaney were rock solid in defence.
Ten minutes into the second half and Bohs went further ahead when Conor Griffin blasted home from close range. Again Stars fought back with some fine midfield tussles that seen Bohs Paddy Heraughty in the thick of things while Stars Dermot Mc Loughlin and Malcolm Reilly were working overtime.
However the big difference between both sides was finishing power super sub Joe Kilcullen hit a cracker of a third goal to put Bohs firmly in the driving seat.
Stars brought on Gino O Boyle and Conor Rushe but any impact was short lived as Gino O ‘Boyle received a shoulder injury while Conor Rushe made some great chances finishing was just not there for Stars.
Just before the final whistle Joe Kilcullen put the cherry on the cake with yet another lethal finish from close range that ensured Calry Bohs would be lifting the SIS PITCHES Premier league Cup.
This was yet another very exciting final attended by a large crowd of spectators who enjoyed a great game of football in glorious weather and conditions at Hazelwood, Calry.